Umno man wants proof that BN is not receiving 'short end of the stick'

Modified 7 Jul 2020, 2:54 pm

Umno's former Johor Bahru MP, Shahrir Samad, who has been vocal against the party surrendering the prime minister position in the next general election, said there is a need to show that BN won't be getting the "short end of the stick" if it were to stick with Perikatan Nasional (PN).

Shahrir (photo, above) said even now, BN not only needed to share positions with Bersatu but also the "G10", in reference to the group of PKR defectors led by former PKR deputy president Azmin Ali.

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